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than the world thought before. let's go to our pentagon correspondent chris lawrence. chris, does the u.s. still think north korea is going to test the missile? >> reporter: they think it is a matter of time at this point, although obviously they would prefer he not conduct that test. they have seen north korea move two missiles to the east coast, they have seen him raise the launcher and then lower it, but they're not sure if that means kim may be backing off his threat or if they're just testing out before firing. key thing to look for, tomorrow night, sunday night our time, it is already april 15th in korea. that's the birthday of north korea's founder. a lot of folks we talk to say they expect to see a test on or before that date. >> what about the new intelligence assessment coming from the penalty gone that north korea may be further along now than we thought in terms of actually being able to put a nuclear war head on a missile? >> reporter: that's right. that was part of a bigger assessment that came from the defense intelligence agency. part of their job is to look at the missi
been back on campus after the attack. chris lawrence is there this morning. what are students saying this morning? >> reporter: they are still in shock. we're now getting some new information about what happened between monday's bombing and friday's capture. we're learning basically while investigators were pouring over thousands of videos and photos trying to piece together what had happened, the man who was at the center of that video was right here on campus going to the gym to work out and sleeping many his dorm room. the helicopters came and left campus. s.w.a.t. teams and investigators hauled potential evidence from the dorm. but they couldn't answer students' biggest question. why did the teenager they knew as dzhokhar return to campus after the boston marathon bombing? >> are you surprised after what happened on monday he could come back to the dorms, go work out at the gym, maybe go to a party. >> i'm really surprised. why would you come back? come back for what? it's not possible to come back to living a normal life. >> reporter: that's exactly what dzhokhar tsarnaev did. h
but who is advising him in reporter chris lawrence took a closer look at kim jong-un's inner circle. >> north korean video shows how kim jong-un wants the world to see him. but they barely give us a peek into kim's inner circle. what are we not seeing in this video? >> the people whispering in his ear telling him -- who is he withholding to -- bee holding to as his key officers. >> reporter: he focused on correia. >> here we see a row of male officials and one woman. who is she? >> this is the aunt. this is the sister of kim jung- ill. >> reporter: kim young wee holds powerful positions in north korea's cabinet. they made her's four star general in 2010 and she helped transfer power from her brother to her nephew. >> she is someone who is an operator behind the scenes. >> reporter: in the most powerful -- and the most powerful woman in north korea. >> it's her husband who is the rainmaker of the kim regime. >> reporter: he led north korea's attempt to revive its economy and has extensive ties to china. he's now kim's key policy adviser. >> he'
officers are going door-to-door right now. >> chris lawrence is at the campus of the university of massachusetts in dartmouth. actually had been registered there as a student. at this hour the campus is closed and controlled evacuation, those are the words. a controlled evacuation on the campus is underway. chris, what are you learning? >> you know, wolf, we're standing here basically surrounded by police. not only university of mass dartmouth police, but state police as well as well as local officials. and we're seeing just literally dozens and hundreds of students streaming off of the campus. we've had a chance to talk to a few of them. one of the students said basically they got an e-mail earlier saying that the campus was on lockdown. then their r.a. started coming to their door door by door saying look, you've got to go, you've got to evacuate the campus. and then we ran into a few students who are sitting outside the campus who say they know tsarnaev, that they went to high school with them. one of the young men we spoke with says he remembers tsarnaev being a wrestler. he
been staying with her parents in rhode island. crise lawren chris lawrence is there with more. >> reporter: they are looking to get an answer as to what she knew about what her husband was doing and if he was involved or affiliated with anyone besides his younger brother. her attorney said she had no idea what was going on. and as for cooperating with the authorities, he told me this, quote, she understands the needs for doing it. this is the way the government looks at it and she understands this. it's a threat to national security and she gets that. and she's a really good person, very sympathetic to that. katy's just trying to bring up her daughter. the daughter refers to two and a half-year-old girl, the daughter of tamerlan tsarnaev and katy. she graduated high school six years ago and the attorney said she was raised christian and converted to islam after she met tamerlan and she is fairly observant. she does wear a head scarf and we have seen her in videos wearing that head scarf. she has moved from the apartment right here to her parents' home in rhode island where she
working out, even attending a party for an intramural soccer team. cnn's chris lawrence has been talking to stunned classmates. he is in dartmouth, massachusetts. >> reporter: a little more than 24 hours after video cameras captured him at the boston marathon, dzhokhar tsarnaev jumped back into campus life. seemingly unfazed, classmates say, by the terror attack he's accused of committing. >> i saw him tuesday. the day after, at the gym. >> reporter: he says dzhokhar was acting like he didn't have a care in the world. >> he seemed very nonchalant. he didn't seem like -- i mean like nervous or anything. >> reporter: dzhokhar worked out for awhile and didn't shy away when zack brought up the bombing. >> i was like, yeah, these things happen in other countries, maybe iraq and afghanistan and stuff like that. and he's like yeah, tragedies happen like this all the time, and it's sad. >> reporter: just days before helicopters and s.w.a.t. teams descended on umass-dartmouth dzhokhar was seen all over campus. students have to swipe their i.d. to get entrance to the building and records show tsar
six months just last year. and chris lawrence is in rhode island where tamerlan's wife lives. and deb is here with all the details of the hospital hearing and the charges filed against the suspect today. i want to start with you, deb. we know the federal government filed two charges against dzhokhar tsarnaev today. one count of using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction and one of malicious destruction of property by means of an explosive device resulting in death. and i'm just looking here, deb. we just got a look at the complaint filed against him. in the actual transcript of what happened today in the hospital room though, the thing that stood out, maybe he was too injured to speak. when they asked him the question can awe ford a lawyer, the defendant said the word no. >> you know, what is fascinating about that is also you have to remember, this is a kid who is on a ventilator. he is heavily sedated. he is being restrained. and what we're told is that many of the responses to the answers were he was nodding his head. that was really all that he was allowed to do. wha
. >> it is interesting, chris lawrence earlier reporting, talking to people on the campus where the younger suspect went to school, saying that he was seen on campus over the last several days. even at the gym working out. and certainly seems that they planned out this bombing if, in fact, they are the ones who perpetrated this bombing. they certainly seem to have planned it out. didn't seem to plan out much of an end game. didn't seem to plan out what would happen next. moig mayor giuliani's standing by. john king, you have a question? >> mr. mayor, this is a sad question to ask on an evening when we should be celebrating the arrests. but because the older brother was questioned at the request of a foreign government back several years ago, do you expect political questions now about whether the fbi should have kept an eye on him? whether there was some loss of, you know, chain of command and control, if you will? or you see statements tonight with everybody praising the administration and praising law enforcement. but as you know, the word politics often comes to play in the wake of these things. >> y
korea has the ability to fire nuclear weapons delivered by ballistic missiles. chris lawrence is working his sources at the pentagon tonight. we have a reporter in seoul. of course, it's tomorrow morning there. chris, we have known for a while that north korea had nuclear capabilities and we knew that they had missiles. but what we didn't know was that they could actually put those two things together. what are you learning? >> i can tell you that the announcement of this potential capability came as a complete shock to folks in the pentagon who were shocked to hear this mention in an open hearing on capitol hill today, erin. basically, congressman referenced this intelligence assessment that said that with a moderate degree of certainty, they felt that north korea had developed a capability to develop nuclear weapons with the capability to deliver them via ballistic missiles. what we have just learned is that the administration will be releasing a statement very shortly clarifying some of these remarks. it will basically say that their assessment is that north korea has not developed an
understanding, of course, chris lawrence has reported that she seemed to have been living with him in boston with their young daughter in the time leading up to and when this happened. chris lawrence is in rhode island tonight with the latest. chris, i know her attorneys are talking to the fbi. but why isn't she? >> reporter: well, if she is, erin, her lauwyers are certainl not admitting that publicly. the lawyers are telling us that they are talking to the investigators on her behalf but they won't confirm whether katy russell has spoken with them directly, one on one. that said, she wants to get to the bottom of this and has nothing to hide. >> she is doing everything she can to assist in the ongoing investigation. >> the injuries and loss of life to people who came to celebrate a race and a holiday has caused p profound distress and sorrow to katy and her family. the reports of involvement by her husband and brother-in-law came as an absolute shock to them all. >> reporter: so much of a shock that the attorneys say she last saw her husband on thursday when she left for work and that the h
, but school officials confirm that he had been back on campus after that attack. our chris lawrence is there. so chris, when were students officially allowed back on campus? >> just a few hours ago, and i can tell you we have new information to report this afternoon. just a couple minutes ago, we spoke with a student here on campus who said that he saw dzhokhar tsarnaev just a day after the bombing, and that dzhokhar actually talked about the bombing. he said he saw dzhokhar at the gym. he came up to him and he brought up the bombing, telling dzhokhar, man, can you believe what happened? i thought that stuff only happened in rairaq or afghanist with those bombs. he said dzhokhar told him something to the effect of, yeah, man, tragedies can happen anywhere in the world. he said dzhokhar seemed tired but otherwise showed no indications of anything that had happened on monday. this just gives new context to what was happening with dzhokhar tsarnaev as investigators were combing through those videos looking for their suspect. the helicopters came and left campus. s.w.a.t. teams and investigator
is chris lawrence. he is standing by at the hospital. and, chris, there must be incredible security there right now at the beth israel hospital. >> john, literally state police and other guards surrounding every corner of this hospital. one of the officers telling people you can't go through this way. literally, just about an every corner there are police stationed outside. whether that investigation goes, it will start here at beth israel hospital. the same medical team that treated his brother is now treating him. we're told he's in serious condition. when they found him in that boat he was covered in bloor. he probably joined that fight early friday morning. that means he was likely on the run and wounded for an entire day. they are not giving us details, we know that when his brother was brought here, his brother was in full cardiac arrest. he had yirs from what looked like a blast or explosion. the younger brother, jah may not be as injured as his older brother was but could be some of the same. >> when will authorities get to talk to him? >> that we don't know. that's going to
's chris lawrence has been speaking with the students on the campus. >> reporter: dzhokhar's friends tell us not only did he come back here to campus, he talked about the bombing. calling it both sad and crazy. a little more than 24 hours after video cameras captured him at the boston marathon, dzhokhar tsarnaev jumped back into campus life, seemingly unfazed classmates say by the terror attacks he's accused of committing. >> i saw him tuesday the day after at the gym. >> reporter: and he says dzhokhar was acting like he didn't have a care in the world. >> he seemed very nonchalant, didn't seem like nervous or anything. >> reporter: dzhokhar worked out for a while and didn't shy away when zach brought up the bombing. >> i was basically like, yeah, these things happen in other countries, maybe iraq and afghanistan, and he was like, yeah, tragedies happen like this all the time. it's sad. >> reporter: just days before helicopters and s.w.a.t. teams descended on umass dartmouth, dzhokhar was seen all over campus. students have to swipe their i.d. to get entrance to the building and records s
, surprising, chris lawrence, who has been on the campus where dzhokhar attended campus at the university of massachusetts at dartmouth, students there have seen him over the last several days going to the gym, just being on campus. >> we know that investigators were actually there because they were looking for an individual who is a friend of the younger brother's, so that was one of the reasons you saw a heavy presence there. that's a big question that investigators are asking themselves. why if they had such a good plan going into this attack, why didn't they have an equally good plan getting out of the attack. one of the hypothesis is that in fact, somebody was supposed to help them, somebody was supposed to provide them money or help them get out and somehow that person failed. so that's a big part of the equation, because even though the device was crude, it was sophisticated enough to detonate and that's why you speak to these experts, they say frankly, it's the first successful attack of its kind in america since 9/11. >> we obviously don't want to go down the road too far specula
a test. >> they're worried, obviously, though about that worst case scenario. chris lawrence at the pentagon watching it all unfold. it's wednesday on the korean peninsula, the day kim jong-un has int hadded he might take specific action and threats of war have gotten more urge gent by the hour. we're in south korea in seoul for us right now. what's the latest there, kim? >> reporter: well, the countdown clock is on because it's in the morning time. in a rare move, what we've heard from pyongyang is a threat for international visitors. another threat from pyongyang. north korean state tv warning foreign institutions, companies, tourists, for their own safety, take shelter and evacuate seoul and the rest of north korea. they may be heading towards thermonuclear war. >> i am concerned not to make the trip. >> reporter: atlanta visitor is in seoul for business. she's not rattled though kim jong-un's threats did get her to register with the u.s. embassy. >> that particular threat doesn't heighten the sense of danger i feel anymore than just everything that's been occurring for th
. wolf? >> tom foreman, thanks for that explanation. our own pentagon correspondent, chris lawrence, went over the videos of this season with a former atf assistant director michael bouchard. >> can they take that video from the second scene and start to build the case backwards to photos like these? >> yes. what the investigators will do will look at the cameras an hour and a half, two hours before the bomb blasts to see who was in the area at the time. checking it every 15, 20 minutes. if they see the same person in the same pictures, it's not likely they were there to watch someone else finish the race. >> can we tell pretty much where that first bomb was plant? >> yes, in this picture between the light pole and the building, you can see how heavily concentrated the people are. so if someone left a backpack or duffel bag on the ground, people wouldn't really notice it. >> is there any way the bomb could have been placed on the curb? >> it's highly unlikely the bomb was placed on the curb. because when the bomb went off, this were runners who were going by at the same time. and they wer
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with his wife, seen this morning with her attorney. our chris lawrence has been talking with that attorney. chris is joining us now from north kingston in rhode island. chris what have you learned? >> wolf, investigators know that katherine russell lived with tamerlan, her husband, that small, cramped cambridge apartment and as they try to piece together when and where he may have assembled those bombs, they want to talk to her about what she may have known. we'll show you that video that was shot just this morning, right here at the house where her attorney came to the house, picked her up, and then they left together with federal agents right behind them. the attorney is saying that so far, he is the one speaking to federal investigators on her behalf. but he says she had no idea what was going on. in fact, we have now learned that katherine russell saw her husband tamerlan on thursday. before she went to work, as a home health care aide. she left him at home, watching their young toddler daughter, and didn't realize he was even a suspect until she saw the pictures plastered on the news
officials confirm he had been back on campus after that attack. >> that is stunning. and our chris lawrence is there this morning. chris, what are students saying there? >> well, on one hand, john, they're shocked. this is someone they knew as dzhokhar and someone they hung out a lot, went to parties with, saw all the time, talked to all the time. so they're shocked at that aspect. and then on the other hand you've got the fact that, you know, within 48 hours of this bombing while the investigators were poring through thousands of photos and hours of video that dzhokhar was right here on the campus. they say he went to the gym and worked out. we talked to a couple students who saw him in the dorms walking down the hall. they live right down the hall from him and say it was just like normal. >> i was just shocked and i was just grateful that he didn't place a bomb in our building, you know, in our hallway. we live right next to the guy. >> yeah. that's the sentiment we were getting from a lot of students. they say dzhokhar was someone who liked to play soccer. a couple students say they woul
. it remains to be seen if u.s. intelligence agencies have come to the same conclusion. chris lawrence, cnn, the pentagon. >> as a destructive storm heads east, people across the south waking up to ripped up trees and damaged homes. powerful winds and torrential rain pounded areas from missouri to the carolinas. at least three people died as the storm crossed the united states this week. people are picking up the pieces. here is cnn's david mattingly. >> this is where the worst damage is. >> reporter: for the second straight day, severe weather menacing more than a half dozen states. the hardest hit, mississippi. this tornado caught on video. in one county, one person killed. five injured. in one rural area, a path of destruction at least 30 miles long, extended to west alabama. >> cleaning up the spot where i was fixing to put up a new mobile home and i went home to take a quick bath and i heard the sirens going off. and i jumped into my clothes quickly. >> reporter: into the night, watches and warnings, storm damage, all the way into georgia. >> lived up here about two years, third or fou
. that is katherine russell, known as cay i katie russell. my colleague chris lawrence has had a chance to speak with her attorney in rhode island. chris, i understand it's not the easiest conversation to have given the circumstance this widow is in, but at least you're able to glean some information about her involvement right now in this investigation. what do you know? >> that's right, ashleigh. basically the federal investigators want to know what she knew, if anything, about what was happening before those attacks against the boston marathon. i spoke with her attorney this morning and he basically said she didn't know what was happening with her husband until she saw it on the news and she had no knowledge of any of this at any time. he also went onto say that it's been incredibly hard on the family, that she's distraught and crying. let me read you part of a statement that basically from what he told us he said she understands the need for doing it, talking about federal agents looking to speak with her. this is the way the government looks at it and she understands this. it's a threat to
reports. chris lawrence joins me live from rhode island with more on what we know right now about her. chris, i know you spoke to her family's attorney. what did he say about what she's doing and about how she's doing? >> reporter: bottom line, anderson, he said she is cooperating with the federal authorities. we know that federal agents have been here to her parents' house several times over the last couple days. in fact, there was a federal agent, a car parked right down the street for several hours today. federal agents have also escorted her from the house at least once today. he says basically she understands why they want to talk to her, why they want to know if she knew anything at all about what her husband was doing, and if he had any other affiliations besides his younger brother. he says that the wife, katherine russell, didn't know anything about this. he said basically quote, the family is a mess. he told me that katherine russell is distraught, she's crying a lot. she feels horrible about what's happened to the victims of the boston marathon bombing and he said at the sa
.s. security council but he's getting cash that he needs. chris lawrence, good report. thanks very much. >>> u.s. officials warn one miscalculation could lead to disaster. cnn's tom foreman is here and we'll break it counsel for us in our virtual studio right now. >> all eyes remain on the east coast of north korea and on these, these mobile launch missiles. if one of these takes off, everything changes very, very quickly. general, come over here. let's bring in the map and talk about this some. if there is a launch, you say the very first thing would be some action by a satellite. why? >> tom this satellite is going to pick up the infrared, the ir signature of the missile coming off the mobile launcher. it will then send messages to the tracking system so we can track the telemetry. >> the tracking systems involve units at sea, land, area, everywhere trying to hone in on this thing, right? >> exactly correct. from the ground, from the sea, from the air. totally integrated. tracking the missile and the key objective there is to make sure it's not threatening a u.s. or ally resource in the regi
reports. chris lawrence has spoken to the attorney. he is joining us with more on what we know about her right now. you did talk to this young woman's attorney. what is she -- has she been speaking actively to authorities? >> we believe so, anderson. the attorney says she has been cooperating with federal authorities and we know that federal agents have been here to her parents' home off and on over the last several days. in fact, there was a federal agent car just parked down the street for several hours earlier today. but he's basically saying that she is telling them she didn't know anything that was going on and he is saying that because of that there's not a lot she can do to try to help the investigation. he told us basically that tamerlan, the husband, was home for much of the day by himself with the child. he was the primary one looking after their 2 1/2-month-old daughter -- 2 1/2-year-old daughter, i should say, whereas the wife catherine russell she worked. she said up to seven days a week, 70 hours a week as a home aide. she was out of the house for long periods of time while
as 11:00 p.m. i want to bring in our chris lawrence from the pentagon to explain this very unusual you hear from a prisoner of war in an op-ed. how did this come about? and is there any response to what he is going through or what he alleges he is going through inside gitmo? >> this isn't normal, first of all, suzanne. but there's nothing normal about the situation at gitmo especially recently. just over the weekend there was violence broke out between some of the inmates and the guards because of what the inmates consider that hunger strike. basically what had happened in speaking to some of the officials is the inmates had disabled some of the cameras in their cells, in their individual cells. so the decision was made to move them out of these communal areas and put everyone into sort of single cells. that didn't go over so well with some of the prisoners. i'm told at least one of the prisoners was able to fashion a sort of baton made out of shredded water bottles and scotchtape. there were some bruises on several prisoners in altercations with the guards. also a prisoner suffered a
has seen probably in our lifetime. chris lawrence is on the campus of the university of massachusetts at dartmouth where the younger suspect actually attended school. he joins us now by phone. chris, what are you seeing there? >> anderson, some more developments just in the last half an hour or so. we saw yet another blackhawk helicopter land here on campus, in a grassy field, near the entrance of campus. they -- the crew off loaded a state police tactical team, about a ten-man team, fully armed. they got off the helicopter, they were met by an armored vehicle that pulled up. they loaded up on that armored vehicle and then drove further into the interior of the campus. this is at least the second time we have seen helicopters land here at the campus within the last hour or two. clearly there is something of interest, some potential evidence, whether that be something that was perhaps left behind, something that investigators want to check out, or perhaps a person or persons that investigators still want to talk to, but clearly with the police presence here, they feel there is somethin
and investigators directly. chris lawrence, cnn, north kingstown, rhode island. >> our thanks to chris. so russell's attorneys say that she and her family are struggling to come to terms with the boston marathon bombings and the events that led to her husband's death. they say the injuries and loss of life in the marathon have caused what they say is profound distress and sorrow to russell and her family. >>> a multimillion dollar settlement for two women injured during the manhunt for ex-cop christopher dorner back in february. the city of los angeles has agreed to play margie and her mother $2.4 million. they were delivering newspapers when the lapd mistakenly fired on them in their truck. hernandez was shot twice in the back. caranza was hit by broken glass. both have since recovered. >>> and a homeowner in san bernardino, california, has been forced out because of a landslide. a broken water main beneath the house saturated the hillside, causing the dirt to slide down to the bottom of the hill. the slide under the home's patio is 40 feet wide, 10 feet deep. that now leads that home in danger o
. and pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is in north kingstown, rhode island, with exclusive details on the wife of the eldest brother. but before we get to that, deb, we just learned dzhokhar tsarnaev has been charged with using a weapon of -- or using weapons of mass destruction. run us through the specific charges. >> yeah, i want to take you through some of the key points that are here in this criminal complaint. those released just moments ago. first of all, he's charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and conspireing to use a weapon of mass destruction. those are the two preliminary charges upon which he's being held. now, some specificity in the document, first of all, in tsarnaev's room, at his college room, they found a large py pyrotechnic, they also found bbs that was found in his room. in a car, second location, they recovered two unexploded ieds, two bombs also in that -- the containers, similar containers, and remnants of an exploded ied. now, apparently, tsarnaev has gunshot wounds to his head, to his neck, to his legs and also to his hand. so that's the injuri
cows keeping kim in power. >> chris lawrence, good report. thanks very much. >>> u.s. officials warn one miscalculation could lead to disaster. cnn's tom foreman, will break it down in our visual studio right now. >> reporter: wolf, all eyes remain on the east coast of north korea and these, these musadan missiles. if one of these takes off everything changes quickly. if there's a launch, you said that the very first thing would be some action by a satellite, why? >> tom, this satellite is going to pick up the infrared, the ir signature of the missile coming off the global launcher. it would send messages to the tracking system so that we can track the tell me try of that missile. >> trying to hone in on this thing, right? >> exactly correct. from the ground. from the sea. from the air. totally integrated. tracking the missile. the key objective is to make sure it's not threatening a u.s. ally in the region. >> a missile like this would be traveling at 1,000 miles. >> this technology has been in place for a while. it's been highly refined. it's totally automated. >> if we see this mo
a daughter who's a toddler. chris lawrence has been talking to katherine russell's lawyer. chris, what are you learning about this young woman? >> anderson, basically her attorneys said that the first time she heard of all what had happened was by watching the news and that she had no idea at any time of what was going on with her husband. he says basically since those events she's been distraught, she's been crying a lot, that the family is basically in his words a mess. he says basically that right now she understands why federal investigators want to speak with her. they're trying to determine how much she may have known, but he is saying she didn't know anything about what was going on. anderson. >> people in the family's rhode island neighborhood i know have been saying that katherine russell started to change a lot kind of under this guy's influence, changed the way she dressed, the way she acted. what are you hearing about that? >> yeah. a little bit of context. we spoke with the attorney about this. he says, look, she goes by katy, that's what her close friends have called her
chris lawrence is joining us with more. what are you seeing, what are you learning, chris? >> reporter: wolf, you've got thousands of american troops stationed just about 15 miles south of the dmz, and all of north korea's heavy armor and artillery aimed right at them. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: 25 miles, it's the magic number as far as american troops are concerned. some of north korea's massive military can fire up to four mortar rounds a minute, 25 miles away. >> u.s. forces near the front are probably going to be within range of the artillery. >> reporter: about 10,000 american troops are deployed to bases around camp casey, just 15 miles from the dmz. others are concentrated at osan air base. but the risk to troops deployed closest to the dmz will change. over the next few years, the u.s. will move them to another base south of seoul. >> that means that the bulk of u.s. military forces in korea are not going to necessarily be within range of the artillery strikes. >> further out, the navy deployed two ships armed with a sophisticated radar system to detect north ko
any day now. chris lawrence has a closer look at how the u.s. might react to the missile launch by north korea. >> the u.s. has been poring over the latest images of south korea. bay of likely completed all preparations to launch. administration officials say the missiles has probably received other liquid fuel. the u.s. has no way to confirm that impression on the ground military is unclear message to kim jung yoon . >> it is not where you lots the missiles--it is not when you launch the missiles but we're. >> if it ain't over land near japanese territory interceptor missiles could be used to destroy it. >> in the sense of our allies i would recommend action. >> averell samuel likelier says this want to be deferred from previous test or the u.s. at significant indication of what was about to happen before liftoff. >> to understand the direction of a launch where was that. u.s. will calculate their trajectory of north korea's best at the missand the missile. >> will north korea launched or stand down. law clear says it is hard to read kim jung yoon it >> his father and grandfath
. chris lawrence of the pentagon, thanks very much. just a little while ago, i spoke exclusively with the united nations secretary general here in washington. >> very high on the agenda, i met him. i asked what he meant by the nuclear capableties. and the secretary general of the united nations is joining us here in the situation room. thanks so much, mr. secretary general, for coming in. always nice to see you. i know you've just come from the white house. let's talk about north korea. the key question is have they miniaturized to the point where they could endanger south korea, endanger japan. >> we do not have any independent information. but they will continue to improve their technology. that will be against the resolution. the resolution most recently to refrain from generating nuclear weapons. clearly, the sanctions aren't working. >> sanctions are working. but it needs full cooperation. >> resolution 2094 is very comprehensive. >> how long will it take for it to bite? >> i don't have any idea. but it is very important that the whole member state of the united nations unit
to bring in cnn's chris lawrence, he's at beth israel hospital in boston. what's going on down there? it's a bit quieter than it was earlier. >> you can see some of the state police officers taking off for the hospital right behind me. wherever this investigation goes from here, it will start at beth israel hospital because tsarnaev is being treated by the same medical team trying to save his brother's life almost exactly 24 hours ago. we're told dzhokhar is in serious condition. they say he was covered in floods and suffered his injuries early friday morning. he was on the run, probably wounded for about 24 hours which probably leads to some of the injuries he still sustains right now. when we were talking with about of the folks here, you can see that there is a heavy garn around this hospital. there are state police posted on every corner here. again, he's being evaluated and treated by the medical staff here. at some point we hear that the fbi, not the hospital, the fbi will be updating his medical condition. piers? >> thanks so much, indeed. we go to cnn's susan candiotti. what a we
. chris lawrence thank you very much for that. the father of the brothers stands by his innocence. we spoke briefly the anzor tsarnaev in russia. >> cnn? i'm so sorry, sir, we just wanted to hear your story at that's all. it's a very difficult time for you. we want to give you a chance to tell people how you feel about this. we just don't realry have a chance to properly hear all you have to say about this. >> sir you sons -- are you going to america? when will you leave? you will forgive me, sir, i'm just simply trying to do my job here. >> when was the last time you spoke to them? have you been in touch with the special services here? what do they have to say to you? okay. i understand. >> the uncle of the tsarnaev brothers was more open to their guilty. ruslan tsarni sat down exclusively with shannon travis. >> i'm relieved. i'm relieved that he's alive, first off that there's now a chance to find out who was behind it, who were the mentors of all of it. and how possibly could he get involved and do this harm to innocent people. and second of all, i stress that it's a chance for dz
the family is working through him, the attorney, to speak with those federal agents. anderson. >> chris lawrence, i appreciate that update. we're trying to find out as much as we can and will be for the next week and months. we do know according to neighbors of the wife she has undergone a change in recent years in regard to her style of dres dress. we're trying to find out more information about their relationship. prosecutors are building their case in the bombing attacks. the boston police commissioner says it is likely the suspects were planning more attacks. hear what ed david said earlier. >> the two suspects were armed with handguns at the scene of the shootout. there were multiple explosive device, including a large one that was similar to the pressure cooker device that was found on boylston street. i saw that with my own eyes. i believe the only reason someone would have those in their possession is to further attack people and cause more death and destruction. >> so were additional attacks planned? that's the big question. what for the latistest on the investigate we turn to
. is it more complicated than that, though? chris lawrence is in north kingston, rhode island, tonight. what do investigators want to hear from catherine russell? >> reporter: erin, federal authorities want to know what, if anything, catherine russell knows about what her husband was doing before the bombing, and what affiliations he may have had other than his younger brother. the attorney told me bottom line she is cooperating with federal authorities and that she didn't know anything about what was going on until she actually saw it on the news. he said she understands why federal authorities want to talk to her. quote, she understands the need for doing it. this is the way the government looks at it and she understands this. it is a threat to national security and she gets that. she's a really good person. very sympathetic to that. katie's just trying to bring up her daughter. that was from the attorney. the daughter he is speaking with is the 2 1/2-year-old little girl that she had with tamerlan. basically, he says, that the family is a mess. that catherine russell is distraught, crying a
over the place. that's the point she realized that he was a suspect. >> chris lawrence, we appreciate that. we are learning new details about another victim, shawn collier. this happened before that wild car chase and shootout in watertown last thursday night. it appears the police officer had no chance to respond. >> reporter: no he didn't. there was some speculation that while the brothers felt they had been spotted by the individual, but what we're being told by a source, shawn collier did not radio into the dispatch. nor did he have time to activate his emergency alert. it is clear from that in fact they came up upon the police officer who was sitting alone in his squad car and they ambushed him. they executed him. he was shot four to five times both in the head and the chest. he was wearing bullet proof vests, but he was alone at the time. it was not clear whether he was shot through the window. they came upon him allegedly. we're told police received a number of 911 calls reporting shots had been fired. police officers did not realize that shots were fired in connection with one
by katie and her attorney says she knew nothing about what her husband was allegedly planning. chris lawrence has more on exactly what we've learned about her. >> tamerlan's widow ran out of her home. investigators want her help as they piece together the alleged boston bomber's plan. >> there were reports that came as an absolute shock to them all. >> as authorities try to determine when and where he may have assembled the bombs, investigators want to find out what, if anything, she knows. >> she is doing everything she can to assist in the on going investigation. >> they say she last saw tamerlan before she went to work thursday before the fbi released this video. they say she worked as a home health aide while tamerlan stayed home with the young couple's daughter. >> very friendly, very smart and very talented. >> her high school art teacher says she talked a lot about her college degree. >> are you surprised to find out that she had dropped out? >> i was surprised. i hadn't seen any indication of a particular interest in a lot of women. >> she moved to boston for college, met tam
tamerlan and dropped out. attorneys say she converted to islam. >> thanks very much to chris lawrence who has been doing the legwork on reporting on tamerlan's wife. shlgts well, according to government officials, the brothers became self radicalized jihadists by their own accord. steve hassen has been counseling people for more than three decades as the director of the freedom of mind research center. thank you so much. everything we've heard seems to indicate that this was a relatively short period of time. it happened very quickly, even rekrently, the younger brother out partying, having fun with his friends. and all of the supden, becomes a jihadist. >> i don't think that the older brother was recruited just from the internet. the latest information confirms my suspicion that, in fact, there was a person who recruited and began indoctrine nating the older brother. but i just want to say when i was recruited into a cult, it took me two weeks. so, yes, it can happen very fast. >> i mean, that's incredible. you say that, it just brings to mind catherine russel. we've shown pictures of he
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up, chris lawrence on the trail of terror and what could have triggered the deadly bombings. >>> one brother, 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev was out going, friendly and earned a scholarship. the other, tamerlan tsarnaev was 26, married with a young daughter, an aspiring amateur boxer who had a dream. >> his goals in boxing, clearly, he wanted to be a world champ one day. and i think he could have achieved that. >> luis vasquez met tamerlan as a sophomore in 2004. >> he koumd be intimidating because people knew he was a boxer and he had more of a reserved personality to him. but if you went up to him, he would talk to you right back and he was very friendly. >> but were there any clues of the violence to come? >> they never expressed any desires to harm people. they didn't expect life at one point. they were friendly. >> after high school, tamerlan attended bunker hill community college studying accounting until 2008 when he left college, but he continued to pursue his dream. >> good? >> boxing trainer eddie bishop met tamerlan at a tournament. >> he was a fighter that had a lot of ski
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